Kimberly received a Bachelor of Science from James Madison University in Health Studies with a minor in Gerontology in 2008. She later received her Doctorate in Physical Therapy from Drexel University in 2011. Kimberly enjoys working with a diverse outpatient population, and is dedicated to developing individualized treatment plans aimed at maximizing functional outcomes. She has prior clinical experience in a variety of settings, including acute rehabilitation, in-patient acute care, and out-patient neurological and orthopedic physical therapy. She has a particular interest in providing specialized rehabilitation for individuals with vestibular, balance, and neurological disorders, as well as post-concussion syndrome, and is passionate about working with the geriatric population.
Kimberly earned her American Physical Therapy Association (APTA) Certificate in Competency in Vestibular Rehabilitation from Emory University in 2012, and has been credentialed in concussion management through ImPACT's Trained Physical Therapist (ITPT) program. She has also served as a Clinical Pilates instructor, and has completed the APPI Level 1 Matwork Certification Course. Kimberly recently became LSVT BIG certified for the treatment of individuals with Parkinson's disease. She is currently pursuing her McKenzie Mechanical Diagnosis and Treatment Certification, and plans to further advance her clinical education by taking courses on additional manual therapy techniques and sports rehabilitation.
In her free time, Kimberly enjoys running, watching sports, exploring new cities, and spending time with her daughter and husband.